The language in HIS's warranty kind of concerns me. It's like they say, "if anything is wrong with your card we have the right to not accept it" or somethinghttp://www.hisdigital.com/us/support-71.shtml
Should I not be worried?
Also, I admit to overclocking the card, but I kept the temperatures below 60C, but could the OC have burnt it out still? And if it did, would the manufacturer notice something like that
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